Some are gentle and sweet and others bold and daring. *I am thinking of you tonight with happiness and sadness. My day is not complete unless I say sweet dreams to you, my love. This involves a little bit of game playing and a whole lot of conscious control, but it’s worth it to ensure you aren’t the needy one and you are encouraging her to think of you and text you often.
There are some text messages that work for both couples and people hoping to hook up. *It feels so amazing knowing that you are mine and I am yours. *The moon doesn’t shine without the light and I can’t fall asleep without wishing you good night. *I slipped into bed tonight but was missing something. Remind your love interest to shoot you a text whenever they are thinking of you; when they see something that reminds them of you.
During the early stages of a relationship, texting is strategic. Two of my hallmark "rules": Don't respond for four (4) hours after the first time "he" sends a text; never text first.
The rules that govern calculated texting (to prove that you're busy, cool, whatever...) also require a concerted effort to masquerade said calculations. And using them, I've found, is like bringing a gun to a knife fight your opponent doesn't even know they are involved in.
The thoughts you put into your partner’s head just before their head hits the pillow is important. And understanding how to express your feelings is also critical when it comes to dating. Shooting them off at different times is also a wise-owl move.